I’d Only Be Happy If. . .

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The Bread of Life invites you to believe, but so many of us say, “I’d only be happy if. . .” and chase after temporal things like success, security, love, acceptance, and things. Donna Hart, PhD, a BCC counselor, helps us think through what we value most: bread or the Bread. Her article first appeared here on her website and … Read More

Forgiveness Sets You Free

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Forgiveness is something we often don’t feel like doing. It’s hard to forgive someone who has hurt us. Yet, we know it’s the right thing to do. This reassuring article by Donna Hart, PhD, a counselor at Biblical Counseling Center, appeared first here on her website and is used with permission.   Forgiveness is powerful and transformative, and yet at … Read More

Your Worldview Matters!

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You have a worldview, and it colors how you see the world and how you solve your problems. This article by certified biblical counselor Lucy Ann Moll first appeared here on her website and is used with permission.  In this short article, you’ll discover: what a worldview is and why it matters to your spiritual growth. how to reclaim a Christian … Read More

Emotions: Powerful and Revealing!

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Emotions are powerful and they reveal what you value and desire. In this article by Dr. Donna Hart, PhD, which first appeared here on her website, you will dig deep into the meaning of your emotions. When I ask the question, “what are emotions,” the answer I often get is that they are feelings. They are a great deal more than … Read More

The Worst Question to Ask

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What is the worst question a counselor or spiritual friend can ask a person? Julie Ganschow, executive director of Reigning Grace Counseling Center, shares the worst question as well as some great questions that help you help others. The article appeared first appeared here on her blog and is used with permission. In our Biblical Counseling training program, our students … Read More

Running on the Narrow Road

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Running on the narrow road helps you avoid the ditches of legalism and license — two problems that can lead to problems your counselees may have. This article by biblical counselor Joshua Waulk, the director of Baylight Counseling in Tampa, Florida, first appeared here on his website and is used with permission. Unless you’re a Navy Seal or a Tough … Read More

Pain: Helping People Persevere

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Pain of every kind hurts: physical, emotional, spiritual . Your response to pain can spiral from discouragement to depression. Or, you can let pain teach to persevere and become more like Christ. Hurrying to answer her phone for a Skype appointment, Cheri accidentally slammed her toe into a Little People garage toy and lost her balance as she reached for … Read More